3 Charged for Alleged Involvement in $5,400 Theft from PA Skills Machine
The following excerpt is from Gant News.
Three people are being charged for their alleged involvement in breaking into a Pennsylvania Skills Machine at a local gas station and stealing over $5,400. Kris J. Nevling, 43, of Clearfield is charged by Lawrence Township police with felony theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property, plus related misdemeanor offenses.
Stephanie A. Mando, 42, of Curwensville is charged with felony conspiracy/receiving stolen property and conspiracy/theft by unlawful taking. Daniel Wayne Wetzel, 36, of Mahaffey is charged with felony conspiracy/receiving stolen property and conspiracy/theft by unlawful taking, plus one summary. The charges stem from a theft from a Pennsylvania Skills Machine at the BP gas station, Clearfield, on Feb. 1, according to the affidavit of probable cause. The caller, a representative from Miele Amusements, reported Feb. 2 that someone had pried open one of the store’s skills machines and cash had been stolen from inside.